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Re: Allan Osborne Mccavour
Posted by: Carol Powell (ID *****9811) Date: September 08, 2013 at 03:23:54
In Reply to: Allan Osborne Mccavour by Paula Steinke of 6108

6. Eleanor Jane Sealy (AADA). Born 10 Jan 1868 (1901 Census). Married 29 Sep 1887 to John J. McCavour (Ref B). John was born 22 Oct 1863 (1901 Census) and died 25 Nov 1910, age 48, leaving a wife, two sons, and four daughters (26 Nov 1910 DT). Eleanor is mentioned in her brother's obituary as living in Saint John (3 Jan 1933 TJ). Identified children:
http://www.seeley-society.net/clans/geo_west.htm
If Allan is buried in the Cedar Hill (extension) Cemetery, that's where you should start, contact the cemetery. Find out what paper would have ran his obit. Newspapers are kept on microfilm.
http://archiver.rootsweb.ancestry.com/th/read/NewBrunswick/2005-06/1119892531
Ronald Mccavour, "United States Border Crossings from Canada to United State Arrival Date: Aug 1918 Arrival Port: St John, New Brunswick, Age: 4 years 6 months Birth Year (Estimated): 1914 Birthplace: Nb St John,
Elsie E Mccavour, "United States Border Crossings from Canada to United States Arrival Date: 24 May 1924 Arrival Port: Detroit, Michigan, Age: 33 Birth Year (Estimated):       1891 Birthplace: Alma Nb, Race: Irish
Allan Mccavour, "United States Border Crossings from Canada to United States Arrival Port: Detroit, Michigan, Age: 33
Birth Year (Estimated): 1891 Birthplace: St Johns, Race:        Scotch


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